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Trevor Bayliss takes his bow as England’s new coach at Lord’s on Wednesday

New coach vows to be positive in series and springs shock by calling up Adil Rashid

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Adil Rashid

New head coach Trevor Bayliss drops a surprise inclusion

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England's all-time leading wicket taker wants to create a legacy

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Wicketkeeper is only here to win matches

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England’s nemesis ridicules bowler’s plea to play Ashes in right spirit

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Australian paceman has dealt with flak and can help his team-mates cope with Ashes pressure

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Chris Nash’s unbeaten century helped defy Warwickshire

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Mitchell Claydon goes for another big hit during his quickfire 53 off just 27 balls against Australia on Sunday. The tourists, though, still ran out comfortable winners by 255 run

Australia beat Kent by 255 runs in first match of tour

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Prior alongside England captain Alastair Cook after winning the 2013 Ashes

Cook has hit two Test centuries in the last two months

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Playing 'aggressive, free-flowing cricket' is how England can win the series, says bowler

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Pick me: Ryan Harris tries to attract attention with two wickets on Saturday

Australia 507-8d & 322-4 vs Kent 280 (Australia lead by 549 runs)

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Steve Smith puts Kent to the sword on his way to a rapid century last week

Those that know him insists that accepting any offer to wear the Three Lions rather than the Baggy Green was never likely

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The Ashes Urn at Trent Bridge

As old rivals England and Australia prepare to do battle again, in their own words leading figures from both sides recall the moments and memories that will always keep the series special

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England captain Alistair Cook

Captain returns to face Australia relishing the recent enthusiasm generated by England team and keen to work with new coach Trevor Bayliss

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Jason Gillespie has been coach at Yorkshire since late 2011

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England’s Jos Buttler, who is set for his first Ashes Test in Cardiff, expects to face some sledging from the tourists

Australia's captain Michael Clarke has stated his side will stay true to their aggressive approach

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Chris Rogers on his way to a typically compact 84 against Kent

Australia 348-3 vs Kent: Batsman stakes claim for opener spot against England with century

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New coach Trevor Bayliss has been impressed by the enthusiasm and skill of England’s young players

The 52-year-old faces arguably his toughest challenge as he attempts to achieve success in the biggest series of them all

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